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[T.e.l.l. May ] The BCcampus Sandbox

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Title: The BCcampus Sandbox
When: 12 Noon (PDT) , May 27th, 2014
Who: Frank Fucile – Manager, Collaborative Services – BCcampus
Where: Big Blue Button
URL: bcc.blindsidenetworks.net/bcc/
Full Name: First Name + Last Name@ Institution ie Frank Fucile@BCcampus
Room: Choose BCC — Room 4 (recorded) from the drop down menu
Password: student


If you are new to using Big Blue Button take a few minutes and watch this 3 minute video overview of BigBlueButton –http://youtu.be/U8P9RJDk42M
You must use a headset to access the audio for the room or else we will get audio feedback from your external speakers – here is short screencast walking you through the login and audio setup procedure –http://screencast.com/t/AFfJwA6Jbv

Session Description

BCcampus coordinates a variety of educational technology sandbox software projects for the B.C. post-secondary community. Do you have an educational technology that you would like to Sandbox? In this session you will learn how BCcampus can help you determine if a software application has teaching & learning potential, and explore what that potential may be within a safe & contained Sandbox environment. The BCcampus Sandbox will help institutional partners better understand the operational requirements of the application and promote inter-institutional collaboration by encouraging multiple institutions to participate in a sandbox project. As a deliverable of each sandbox project, the information gathered during the Sandbox project is made open & public so that institutions can make informed decisions around the use of new and emerging educational technologies. Join us to see how your institution can jump in and play in the BCcampus Sandbox.

Presenter Biography

Frank-FucileFrank assists B.C. post-secondary institutions to implement BCcampus shared services including Moodle, Desire2Learn, Adobe Connect and Blackboard Collaborate. He also manages and facilitates the BCcampus Sandbox environment to promote the use of new and upcoming educational technologies.
Frank has been working in the field of education for over 20 years and has had the opportunity to participate in many exciting new educational technology projects at the secondary, post-secondary, non-profit, and corporate level. Franks main areas of interest are in LMS Platforms, Webconferencing, Web 2.0, Cloud Based Technology, Mobile Learning, and Open Resources. In his “spare” time he enjoys fly fishing, camping, theatre, and cooking (then eating ;) – http://tinyurl.com/frankflyfishing